Hamar Laser produces the most accurate and portable bore alignment laser on the market today. In most cases, our bore alignment systems can fit into a case not much larger than a briefcase. With a variety of target options, Hamar Laser's bore alignment systems have a solution for you. There are self-centering targets, see-through targets, 2-axis targets and 4-axis targets, that use either hand-held readouts or Windows-based color software. And as with all of Hamar Laser's products, the data is live so if a bore is out of alignment, the laser can be used to bring it into tolerance.
The L-705 Bore Alignment Laser System has provided several automotive and diesel-engine manufacturers with a fast, reliable method of measuring the crankshaft bore for both straightness and size.
Significantly Reduce Inspection Times
The laser system has proven to decrease inspection times significantly and virtually eliminated dedicated, expensive gauging. The laser and target are adaptable to most bore applications. A simple holding fixture is all that is needed for mounting the laser.
The target adapters feature a patented, self-centering design that has no moving parts, which increases the speed and accuracy of the system.
Ideal for Large Engine Blocks
The L-705 is ideal for measuring the straightness of engine block cylinder bores in both conventional automotive engine blocks, as well as the larger block designs used in trucks, farm implements and diesel locomotives.
- Virtually instantaneous setup.
- Built-in horizontal and vertical angular adjustments for quick referencing.
- Target uses lightweight, customized bore adapters.
- Laser beam straight to +/- .0001" (.0025 mm) in 10' (3 M) or +/- .001" (.025 mm) in 100' (30.5 M).
- Easily accommodates bores as small as 1.5" (38.10 mm).
- Self-centering target, with accuracy to .0002" (.005 mm), vastly simplifies measurement process.
- Large digital display eliminates long cables.
- Complete system weighs less than 15 lbs (6.7 kg).
- Portable enough to fit into small carrying case.
- Battery operated.
- Dynamic or live display of component misalignment.